[Harp-L] "Most" harmonica players, MM and nM Lee Oskar
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- Subject: [Harp-L] "Most" harmonica players, MM and nM Lee Oskar
- From: Glenn Weiser <banjoandguitar100@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 9 Nov 2014 14:00:54 -0800
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- Reply-to: Glenn Weiser <banjoandguitar100@xxxxxxxxx>
> I recently posted the opinion that "most harmonica players use 2nd
> position." I have no idea if that's true, and I'm surprised no one
> confronted me.
That seems pretty uncontroversial to me. Most harp play blues,right? And 2nd position is most often used for that, ergo...
Of course if you include all the Asian Echo harp players that equation could change, tho.
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